The New York State Senate passes the Soil Health and Climate Resiliency Act. Objective is cutting the impact of agricultural practices on climate change by increasing adaptation and caring for the soil
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The 7th report “Bioeconomy in Europe” by Intesa San Paolo: the total turnover in 2020 is worth 320 billion, with 2 million employees.
The European Parliament approves a resolution to provide the Union with a “Paris Agreement” on plant and animal biodiversity. Agriculture and forestry considered strategic. In the text, also the request for an irreversible stop to glyphosate after 2022
Thursday 3 June at 3 pm, web conference for the EU Green Week to highlight the latest advances made by research and European institutions in favor of the bioeconomy, starting from the best practices already developed.
The FAO Deputy Director to Re Soil Foundation: “Sustainable land management is a turning point to ensure agricultural production and food sovereignty. I hope that the EU will soon change the directive on soils”
The European Circular Bioeconomy Policy Initiative accuses the EU Commission of neglecting the issue of plastic contamination in the soil. The proposal: allowing the use of only certified compostable bioplastic. Italy indicated as an example to imitate
The UN Agency’s Intergovernmental Technical Group on Soils (ITPS) has defined healthy soil as “the ability to sustain productivity, diversity and environmental services of terrestrial ecosystems”. A starting point for setting comparable indicators on sustainable land management
The European Circular Bioeconomy Policy Initiative kicks off: a network of research institutions and companies to stimulate the circular bioeconomy and reinforce the market outlets for biobased materials. On Tuesday 23 February, the official presentation of its Manifesto. by Emanuele Isonio “Working on policies within the European context to promote the circular bioeconomy”: The Recovery […]
Debora Fino, presidente di Re Soil Foundation: l’importanza di avere un suolo in salute è ancora troppo sottovalutata. Le competenze dei tecnici possono ispirare politiche lungimiranti che contrastino degrado e desertificazione.
Un’analisi del Centro Comune di Ricerca Ue mostra che i Paesi europei dovranno investire, prima del 2100, fino a 2,8 miliardi di euro all’anno. Solo così possono sperare di non perdere fino a 1,27 trilioni a causa dei cambiamenti climatici, delle inondazioni e dei conseguenti danni alle coste.